That’s according to pundit and Liverpool legend Steve Nicol.
Pogba made a successful injury return against Newcastle on Saturday in the 4-1 victory at Old Trafford.
The France midfielder also got on the scoresheet as Jose Mourinho’s side kept the pressure on rivals Manchester City.
Manchester United currently trail Pep Guardiola’s men by eight points.
Nicol believes City are favourites for the title because even if they lost a player to injury, it would not affect them.
But if United lost Pogba, he reckons their style of football and results will be hampered.
“I would love to say he doesn’t do that (park the bus) anymore, but he probably will,” Nicol said of Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho.
“I think the difference at United with and without Pogba kind of backs up what we are saying about why we think City are going to win the title.
“If City lost one player, you can pick any one of that starting XI, I don’t think it’s going to change anything.
“I don’t think it changes anything at all (if they lost Kevin De Bruyne).
“I think City will still steamroll everybody playing the way they play.”
“I think Manchester City will still steamroll everybody playing the way they play.
“Manchester United is a completely different ball-game, if they lose Paul Pogba, they’re more likely to do that parking-the-bus style even more.”